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Table Stanchion for 2018

Shookie

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#1
This is probably a dumb question but I searched and can't find a definitive answer.... I have a 2018 242 Limited S E-Series and want to buy a 2nd table stanchion. Want to use it on the stern to rig up an umbrella.

The part number on ShopYamaha is F3H-U4814-01-00 but it says it is for 2013-2015 boats. I assume this fits a 2018, but am not 100% sure. I found the same thing on a few other websites for less $$$ but don't want to deal with returning it if it's not right.

Has someone bought one of these for a new Yamaha?
 

Shookie

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#3

Shookie

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#4
In case anyone cares, I went over this with my dealer today. There has been no change to it so the one that is on ShopYamaha is correct. I bought it from a different website for around $160. The part number is F3H-U4814-01-00

My plan is to put a 6-8 foot umbrella in it on the swim platform for some extra shade.
 

Summers420us

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#5
In case anyone cares, I went over this with my dealer today. There has been no change to it so the one that is on ShopYamaha is correct. I bought it from a different website for around $160. The part number is F3H-U4814-01-00

My plan is to put a 6-8 foot umbrella in it on the swim platform for some extra shade.

Cool idea... post pics!
 

Shookie

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#6
Will post in a separate thread along with a few other things....
 

Jores

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#7
Taylor made anchor shade might work as well.
 

Shookie

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#8
Was out on the lake yesterday and got a good pic of this.... worked out well. Might switch out the umbrella next year, but no complaints right now.
boat 2.jpg
 

2kwik4u

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#9
Hoping someone else might know the answer to this......

Any idea where to get just the portion of the table leg that goes into the mount on the hull? I don't want to spend $150 just to cut the leg off and only have the bracket remaining.

I found the "mounted" side on Amazon for $48, just need to get my hands on the mating part.

Working on building a custom grill mount for the swim platform this winter. Have a fabricator lined up to custom bend some tubing for me, and make a mount/table from either SS or Aluminum for a traditional coleman camp stove. Just need to figure out how to mount it to the hull, and this seemed like a good idea to start with.
 

Julian

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#10
I bought it from a different website for around $160.
Do tell where you got it for that price...best I could find was $181!

Any idea where to get just the portion of the table leg that goes into the mount on the hull
Most people mount the grill on top of the table leg as is.....by putting a floor mount on the bottom of their grill. Like these:
https://jetboaters.net/threads/another-magma-grill-post.13971/
https://jetboaters.net/threads/kuuma-grill-with-magma-mount-bag.7671/
https://jetboaters.net/threads/pictures-of-your-grilling-setup-on-boat.2741/
 

2kwik4u

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#11
Do tell where you got it for that price...best I could find was $181!


Most people mount the grill on top of the table leg as is.....by putting a floor mount on the bottom of their grill.
I've already got a nice grill in mind, and want to make a table for it to sit on. I also want to have a different height and position than the stock table. The vision is to be able to stand on the lower portion of the swim platform, and have the grill at counter height over the water. So a custom bent tube and attachment for the grill is in order.

My backup plan is some sort of arm off the wakeboard tower. Not sure if that will work or not, as the tower is a significant distance from the swim platform obviously.
 

Julian

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#12
I've already got a nice grill in mind, and want to make a table for it to sit on. I also want to have a different height and position than the stock table. The vision is to be able to stand on the lower portion of the swim platform, and have the grill at counter height over the water. So a custom bent tube and attachment for the grill is in order.
How about something that slots into the existing table leg tube and angles over the water? That is actually what I do with my small Magma grill. Bottom line...you want the whole thing as small and portable as possible. The bigger it gets the less portable it becomes and the more storage space it takes up.
 

2kwik4u

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#13
How about something that slots into the existing table leg tube and angles over the water? That is actually what I do with my small Magma grill. Bottom line...you want the whole thing as small and portable as possible. The bigger it gets the less portable it becomes and the more storage space it takes up.
I would totally do that if my boat had any mountings for the table already. I'm making this from scratch and attempting to minimize drilling into the boat, potential for a foot to kick/hit/step on it, and have a standing position when I'm cooking with the grill over the water.

I have in my head a mount similar to the one in your signature picture, with a custom bent aluminum pole to a small platform to hold this Coleman LX Road Trip Grill because I already have the grill and it's awesome. I just need a way to hold it at working height over the water. If possible I want to make the table portion from aluminum grating of some sort (expanded metal maybe), and have it tri-fold for storage. Hopefully making the work surface larger than the grill itself so I can put a plate or something next to the grill when needed.

I have lots of thoughts on how to make all that happen, including some T-Slot (80/20) ideas. However figuring out a clever way to make it easily deployable and stowable is the key. The 190 has tons of storage we don't completely utilize yet, so I'm not overly worried about total size.
 

Shookie

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#14
Do tell where you got it for that price...best I could find was $181!
Bought it from PartsPitStop.com

Looks like the price went up since I bought it.
 
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